any one had any feed probs,or at that any probs with gun ,what did para do about it?
just bought the gun.
I own 6 Para pistols and all mine have feed-ramped barrels. I have never had any feeding problems with any of them when using good ammo.
Sometimes new pistols will have very slight machine marks left in the ramp and throat from the machining.
The machine marks run perpendicular to the bore and can offer just enough resistance to snag the neck of the case and slow down the slide when the pistol cycles.
The result is that the round wedges against the machine marks and won't feed cleanly (failure to feed).
Usually after a few hundred rounds normal wear will smooth these out or you can manually polish the ramp. The machine marks can easily be polished out of the feed-ramp. Have a good smith look at it. It can be done in 10 minutes with a polishing wheel and a dremel tool. Don't get too agressive because you can overdo it and ruin the barrel by taking off too much material (all you want to do is polish the surface smooth). Some guy's do it themselves by hand with a little steel wool but that usually takes quite a bit of time. Any very fine polishing compound should work. When the ramp is as smooth as glass the pistol will eat about anything you feed it.
Also, if you are shooting hollow-points some have sharp corners on the tip of the projectile which can cause feeding problems is some pistols. Try another bullet and if that doesn't work try hardball.